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Tuesday 15/03/1441 - 12/11/2019

College of Computer Sciences & Information Technology

 
 
 

Networking Lab

Networking lab (NETLAB) is equipped with state of the art machines,  a variety of networking devices including over 30 CISCO routers and switches, and networking software. The objective of this laboratory is to provide the infrastructure for conducting the regular labs (Network fundamentals Lab, Network Protocols Lab and Routing and Switching Lab) and project works for the BS program. The NETLAB provides students hands-on training with various technologies to understand networking concepts and develop skills necessary to use protocols to maximize LAN and WAN performance that are used to build robust computer networks. Training starts from the ground up, from properly crimping CAT 5E cables to projects which include  multisite network design, variable length subnet mask (VLSM) network design, advanced configurations of switching and routing protocols, configuration of access control lists, implementation and troubleshooting of LAN, WAN, and Virtual LAN.

 

Electronics Lab

The Electronics Lab provides a complete electronics laboratory setup with all the equipment and tools needed to validate the electronics concepts.  The laboratory will complement and support the theory taught in the lectures and should help the students to apply this knowledge of electronics. The experiments are designed to give students practical experience in working with basic electrical components (resistances, capacitors, inductors, diodes, transistors etc.) and instruments (multi meter, signal generator etc.). 

The Electronics lab uses COM3LAB Multimedia which provides an interactive learning environment. It provides all the test equipment along with a support software which provides animations,  images, sound content, knowledge checks and  step by step instructions required to carry out the experiments . It also provides virtual tools to evaluate the recorded readings e.g., oscilloscope, spectrum analyzer, characteristic plotter etc.

 

Digital Hardware Lab

In Digital Hardware Lab, the students can build and test logic circuits to develop a practical understanding of concepts of logic gates, boolean algebra, combinational logic, latches and flip-flops, synchronous and asynchronous sequential logic. The laboratory will complement and support the theory taught in the lectures, and should help the students to apply this knowledge of logic design.

The Digital Hardware lab uses COM3LAB Multimedia which provides an interactive learning environment. It provides all the test equipment along with a support software which provides images, animations,  sound content, knowledge checks and  step by step instructions required to carry out experiments .

 

Microprocessor Lab

The purpose of the Microprocessor Lab is the make the students familiar with the concepts of microprocessors, microcontrollers and digital signal processing.

The lab provides ESA 86/88-3 Microprocessor Trainer kit which is an advanced, general-purpose microcomputer system that can be operated with 8086 or 8088 CPU and provides the user a powerful and complete environment for 8086 based programming and application development. It can be used not only as an instructional and learning aid, but also as a development tool in R&D labs. It can be operated in standalone mode using optional PC/AT keyboard and LCD or in serial mode with the host computer through its RS-232C/RS-485 interface. 

The lab also provides MDA-Win8051 kit which contains all the basic components necessary to develop microcontroller applications and  DSP Lab 2000 test kit for digital signal processing.


Software Labs:

CCSIT provides and maintains a number of computer labs across campus which  are equipped with an ever-growing selection of computer hardware, software, and other technology-related resources to help students, faculty, and staff with a vast array of tasks. These computing facilities provide users with valid accounts access to a range of software. The major computing platforms in the labs are Microsoft Windows workstations and Linux.

The main objective of these laboratories is to provide the infrastructure for conducting the regular labs (Data Structures Lab, DBMS Lab, Compiler Lab, OS Lab, AI lab and Programming Languages Lab) and project works for the BS Programs. The lab is equipped with state of the art servers, desktops and software (Linux and compilers for C, C++, Perl, TCL, PHP, Java, Python, LISP, etc.).

Mac Lab:

CCSIT provides a separate Mac lab which is equipped with specialty software required by various programming, image processing and network courses. Mac lab supports a broad spectrum primarily based on video and animation jobs in the industry for our students. This lab also provides basic Adobe editing and a variety of computing services to those students who do not have their own computers and to supplement the course-specific “specialty” labs. Most major software packages are available in the lab.